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Listen : Elvis Presley’s top song, performed by the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll

Elvis Presley’s March 18th, 1974 performance in Richmond, Virginia was a night to remember. The concert featured many of his classic hits, including the fan-favorite “Let Me Be There.” As always, Elvis delivered an electric performance that left fans screaming for more.

Dressed in his iconic jumpsuit and cape, Elvis took the stage to thunderous applause. The crowd of over 13,000 fans was on their feet from the moment he appeared, and they stayed there throughout the entire concert. From the first note of “C.C. Rider,” to the final encore of “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” Elvis had everyone in the palm of his hand.

One of the highlights of the night was undoubtedly Elvis’ rendition of “Let Me Be There.” Originally performed by Olivia Newton-John, Elvis put his own spin on the song with his powerhouse vocals and signature rock and roll flair. The audience was swept away by the emotion in Elvis’ voice as he sang the heartfelt lyrics.

For those lucky enough to be in attendance at the Richmond Coliseum on March 18th, 1974, it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Elvis’ talent and showmanship were on full display, leaving no doubt why he is still known as the King of Rock and Roll today. His performance of “Let Me Be There” was just one of many unforgettable moments that night, and a testament to his enduring legacy as a music icon.

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